Business briefs: Recycle Utah honored as Recycler of the Year
Recycle Utah honored as Recycler of the Year
The Recycling Coalition of Utah recently announced Recycle Utah as the Utah Nonprofit Recycler of the Year, according to a press release. The award was given during the Recycling Coalition of Utah’s annual conference on Nov. 15. Recycle Utah was honored because of its recycling services and educational programs. It recycled 3,496,000 pounds last year and saw an average of 400 cars a day. Its Green Business program and other outreach programs were also noted.
Park City Chamber/Bureau recognized for meeting planning
The Park City Chamber/Bureau was recently honored for its meeting planning by the organization Successful Meetings and Meetings & Conventions Magazine. According to a press release, about 10,000 votes were cast around the world for 532 destinations, hotels and service providers. The Chamber/Bureau received a Bronze Award in the Best CVBs/DMOs category in the Southwest region. “Being voted by planners worldwide as one of the best Bureaus in the country speaks volumes about the work being done in Park City on a daily basis,” said Bill Malone, CEO of the Park City Chamber/Bureau, in the release.
Ikon Pass expands Southern Hemisphere offerings
The Ikon Pass, a new offering from Deer Valley Resort’s parent company Alterra Mountain Company, recently announced resorts in Chile and New Zealand will be included in the pass’s offerings. According to press releases, Ikon Pass holders will have seven-day access to Valle Nevado in Chile and five-day access with the Ikon Base Pass. The resort’s season is expected to run from June to September. Pass holders will have the same access to Coronet Peak, The Remarkables and Mt. Hutt on New Zealand’s South Island. The season for those ski areas is also expected to run from June to September.
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